Welcome to Aberdeen Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland website
We preach Christ crucified (1 Corinthians 1:23)
Sabbath: 11am, 6pm
Midweek meeting: Tuesday 7.15pm
Bible class: Thursday 7.30pm (via Webex)
Minister: Rev Douglas Somerset.
All are welcome.
Streaming of the Church services is available for those unable to attend. The Thursday bible class is also accessed via Webex:
To join by telephone dial 0207 660 8149 and enter the following codes when prompted:
Sabbath morning (11am): 2371 476 8411
Sabbath evening (6pm): 163 668 8211
Tuesday prayer meeting (7.15pm): 163 182 0365
Thursday bible class (7.30pm): 163 137 5736
Saturday night prayer meeting (8.30pm): 163 413 8020
To join online click on the link below:
If you are asked for a password, enter "1893"
Communion season September 2023
Assisting minister: Rev J Bruce Jardine
Thursday 21st 7.30pm
Friday 22nd 7.30pm
Satuday 23rd 11am service, 6.30pm prayer meeting
Sabbath 11am, 6pm
Thursday: please use usual links for the Bible Class
Friday: join using this link or by phone (meeting number: 2373 721 4843; password: 1893)
Saturday: join using this link or by phone (meeting number: 2379 058 1444; password: 1893)
Saturday prayer meeting: please use usual links for the Saturday prayer meeting
Sabbath services: please use usual links
Monday: join using this link or by phone (meeting number: 2370 414 9970; password: 1893)
The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland is a Psalm-singing Reformed Church with congregations across the world. It is committed to the inspiration of the whole Bible and the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, the only Saviour from sin.
As the constitutional heir of the historic Church of Scotland, the Free Presbyterian Church traces its Scriptural roots through the Scottish Reformation to the New Testament itself. It seeks to uphold a full testimony to Reformed doctrine, worship and government:
In doctrine, the Church’s only supreme standard is Scripture, with the entire Westminster Confession of Faith as its unqualified subordinate standard.
In worship, the Regulative Principle is applied consistently, so that nothing is brought into worship except what Scripture requires.
In government, Scriptural principles are applied to the life of the Church and to the lives of the people.
For more information about the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland visit www.fpchurch.org.uk.
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This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners